Succor Creek Road

Total Miles
33.4

Elevation

1,209.88 ft

Duration

3 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Succor Creek Road is a fairly easy dirt road that passes through Succor Creek State Nature Area in Eastern Oregon. The route can be run either north or south depending on where you want to start and finish. You can start just outside of the town of Homedale, Idaho, off Highway 201 or Highway 95. The road is a fairly easy dirt road, however, there are ruts and several creek crossings that can make it a little more difficult. Also, depending on the time of year, the road can become quite muddy. Succor Creek State Natural Area is located in a deep rocky canyon with spectacular views. Watch along the road; there are several caves which you can enter at your own risk. Succor Creek Park does have campsites available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The area is popular with rockhounds as souvenir collecting is allowed. Tip: take a side trip to Leslie Gulch for even more spectacular views!

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Succor Creek Road
Succor Creek Road
Succor Creek Road

Difficulty

The road can be muddy in the springtime during runoff, with creek crossings being deeper than normal.

Technical Rating

3

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Access Description

You can access this via Highway 201 west of Homedale, Idaho, or off of Highway 95.

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